The charm of Bill Murray's Bill Murray-ness knows no bounds. The Moonrise Kingdom actor — who has become the ultimate man of the people in recent months, thanks to a series of funny fan interactions — is now winning over audiences with his on-screen persona in the upcoming movie St. Vincent. Exhibit A? This clip of Murray crooning a Bob Dylan classic while absentmindedly gardening and smoking.

In the video, posted by The Weinstein Company on Oct. 3, the 64-year-old star sings along to Dylan's "Shelter From the Storm," all the while taking drags of a cigarette and half-heartedly attempting to revive what looks to be a beyond-dead plant.

"Everyone knows a curmudgeon, or was raised by a curmudgeon, or had a neighbor that was a curmudgeon. I'm kind of all of those [in the movie]," he told the Today show's Matt Lauer of his St. Vincent character on Tuesday, Oct. 7.

"When I saw the movie, I said, 'Gee golly, that reminds me of my grandfather,'" he added. "I saw my grandfather in the film, I saw my brother in the film, I saw maybe an uncle in the film. So getting lost [in a character], to me, is actually something different. It's like coming back. When I get lost, I go inside and find myself again." 

Watch Murray's Bob Dylan sing-along in the video above!